You will need
  • - a means for washing dishes;
  • water;
  • - Laundry soap;
  • Sol;
  • - vinegar;
  • silicate adhesive;
  • - soda ash;
  • knife;
  • - large capacity;
  • - means for cleaning deposits;
  • - brush and sponge for dishes;
  • - rubber gloves.
Heat in a pan with a small amount of water with dissolved in it the liquid for washing dishes. Instead of an industrial mixture can be used a little salt and vinegar.
Let the dirt on the inner surface of the pan as it should to soak, and then RUB the remnants of burned coarse salt and a sponge with liquid detergent. To speed up the process of cleaning the pan, you can pre-heat the saturated salt solution on fire.
If you managed to clean up an old pan from burnt food residues but on the external walls of the product remained Nagar, try to get rid of it with industrial household chemicals. Buy in-store special anti-tarnish (type "Antinagar" or "Shamanic") and follow the instructions.
Read the information from the manufacturer of the cleaning products and strictly follow the instructions. Typically, such household chemicals are extremely effective then the older pans, but they are extremely caustic. After cleaning the dirt thoroughly rinse the pan and wash over it with boiling water.
Try updating the blackened pan with the help of improvised means, tested by many Housewives. Mix 500 g of soda ash with 1-2 bubbles of silicate stationery glue, and the resulting mixture was astrogate knife, a piece of soap.
Dilute the resulting slurry with water in a large container so that it completely covered the pan.
Boil the homemade cleaning solution dishes for a few hours, while black carbon deposits begin to flake off. After that you need to wash and rinse the pan with a stiff dish brush and sponge.
There are old-fashioned thermal method to remove the carbon from the cast iron surface. Pan fry on the fire, fry on the stove or in the oven at high temperatures, the pollution will go in the form of loose flakes, and dishes will be good as new.